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Sunday, February 24 2008 @ 03:51 AM CST
Mmm, Micheal, it is easy! I don't know macs and AU. I do know the general theory behind samplers and romplers. I don't know if it makes you sound stupid, it is explicitly not my intention.
See the sampler as a Midi keyboard. So you have to connect it to the "computer" ergo GB, load it into memory put samples under each key of its keyboard and keep in mind that your track lanes in GB will not show audio data, but midi notes, midi/sample duration data and the data of controllers (CC). The same more or less applies to romplers.
Of course you need to assign a midichannel to it, and after connecting and setting it all up the audio signal of the sampler should be eligible for fx and what have you, let alone midi fx. At least that is possible in Cubase.